Interstate highways are within two miles of all Port of Charleston terminals; the primary interstate into and out of Charleston is I-26. From there it is possible to go cross-country without hitting a stoplight. I-95, I-77, I-20, I-85 and I-40 are all directly linked to Charleston via I-26.
Inland Port Greer — located along the Interstate 85 corridor between Charlotte and Atlanta — and Inland Port Dillon — situated along Interstate 95 near the North Carolina border — expand the Port of Charleston’s reach inland, giving cargo owners access to U.S. population centers and global markets through the Port of Charleston.
- Direct interstate highway access.
- Excellent high and wide clearances for cargo.
- 150+ trucking firms in operation in Charleston.